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Florida International University offers first bachelor’s in Internet of Things

Florida International University is offering the country’s first bachelor’s degree program in the Internet of Things (IoT) next spring. The Internet of Things is the global infrastructure that connects all physical and virtual devices that are capable…

Two Ways On Eighth Sought To Ease Brickell Traffic

Converting Southwest Eighth Street to two-way traffic between Brickell and South Miami avenues could alleviate traffic congestion worsened by the opening of the Brickell Avenue Bridge, officials said.…

Rouse Project Seen As Catalyst For Western Kendall City

The face of western Miami-Dade County is likely to change within a decade with completion by 2008 of Kendall Town Center, a 158-acre mixed-use office, retail, medical and community project…

Proposal For Ballpark West Of Biscayne Gathers Momentum

With three city commissioners publicly opposing a baseball stadium in Bicentennial Park, a proposal that places the site west of a re-routed Biscayne Boulevard could be picking up support while…

Miami Lands Initial Round Of Chileus Trade Talks

Miami will host a first round of talks March 26-30 that could lead to a free trade agreement between the US and Chile.…

Circle Of Leaders Named To Determine Future Of Circle

Newly appointed members of the Miami Circle Planning Group say they'd like to see preservation and educational support high on the agenda once meetings begin to determine the future of…

Brickell Village Center Due To Get Underway In Summer

Construction on Mary Brickell Village, a 475,000-square-foot hotel and retail center planned for South Miami Avenue between Ninth and 10th streets, is expected to begin by late summer, developers said.…

Grove Playhouse Lot Sought By State Rep For Hotel

State Rep. Gustavo Barreiro is asking Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris to free up a state-owned parking lot adjacent to the Coconut Grove Playhouse to allow a hotel to…

Signed Deed Moves Arts Center Project Into Evaluation Period

With a crucial signed deed from Knight Ridder firmly — and finally — in hand, the Performing Arts Center Trust is ready to begin the pre-construction process two months after…

Dolphin Mall Ready To Cater To Spanishspeaking Tourists

The 250-store Dolphin Mall, preparing for a March 1 grand opening, aims to capitalize quickly on its airport proximity by already luring the tourist consumer.…

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